Students embrace school safety

Students at Housatonic Valley Regional High School quietly convened on campus on March 14 to honor the students recently killed at a Florida high school and to talk about safety measures at their own school with Assistant Principal Ian Strever. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

FALLS VILLAGE — Students gathered at Housatonic Valley Regional High School (HVRHS) on Wednesday, March 14, to honor the victims of the shooting at a Florida high school earlier this month and to discuss school safety.

Assistant Principal Ian Strever thanked the approximately 80 students for attending. He said the purpose of the gathering was not political.

“It’s about school safety,” he said. “It’s all about us paying more attention to each other.”

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